Lori Cravey of Little Elm Wins PDGA State Championship

By Jim Manning | Sports

LITTLE ELM, TX – The Professional Disc Golf Association held its Texas Women’s Championship in Leander, Texas. Entering in the Advanced Masters group, Lori Cravey won first place. Cravey is from Little Elm and her Dad is Doug Cravey, a former Mayor of the Town. Behind by five strokes, she won the tournament by one stroke after three rounds. Disc Golf is similar to regular golf, except you use a Frisbee instead of balls. It begins at a tee and ends in the basket (hole). It is designed to be…Read More

Little Elm High School Baseball Team

By 380news | Sports

Joanna Daskivich Little Elm High School baseball team is playoff bound. They are in division 5A and their win against Lake Dallas secured them a spot in the playoffs this year. The group gathered at D3 salon in Little Elm to celebrate and follow through on the idea to cut and color as an entire team. Coach Matt Harbin was all for the idea and even participated himself. “As long as they can hide it under their hat”, coach Harbin stated. “The team wanted to do something fun going into…Read More

TWU to Host Summer Camps for Kids

By 380news | Sports

DENTON, TX – Looking for something fun for your children to do this summer? Texas Woman’s University is hosting several camps during its 2017 summer semesters on the university’s Denton campus. Camps range from fashion and nutrition, to science and sports, and cater to age’s preschool through college. Arts and Science Camps Fashion Camps: June 12-July 28 Cost: $425 (early registration), $460 (after May 1st) There are four different camps designed for teen and preteen girls and boys, featuring fun and educational themes for young fashion enthusiasts. For more information…Read More

Boat and Personal Watercraft Insurance

By 380news | Sports

Watercraft Insurance With More Options  Boats and personal watercraft are big investments, but if you love being out on the water, you know they’re worth it. So protect your fun investment with coverage that’s designed with the boat lover in mind. Not with some standard coverage or add-on to your Homeowners insurance. Get the Boat insurance that goes beyond standard. Something that gives you the options you want, all in one package. Boat insurance package: Farmers offers a variety of industry-leading Boat insurance packages, to give you more choices and more options in the simplest way possible. Just pick the marine package that fits your lifestyle and budget, and get the coverage you want all in one. Marine Choice Saver…Read More

Denton County Invites You to Dash for Health

By 380news | Sports

Denton County Public Health (DCPH), the City of Lewisville, and Lone Star Toyota of Lewisville are sponsoring the third annual “Denton County Dash” 5K Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, April 1 at the Lone Star Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park in Lewisville. The race begins at 9:00 a.m. The purpose of the Denton County Dash is to encourage residents to improve their health and reduce risks for heart disease. This free event is open to all residents of all ages and abilities. Strollers and friendly, leashed-pets are welcome. Free t-shirts are…Read More

Texas Tech to Hold Spring Game at Ford Center at the Star in Frisco

By 380news | Sports

Texas Tech will host its Spring Game at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco on April 1  LUBBOCK, TX – Texas Tech Director of Athletics Kirby Hocutt and Dallas Cowboys Executive Vice President Chad Estis formally announced Thursday afternoon that the Red Raiders will host their annual Spring Game at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco on April 1. Texas Tech will be the first collegiate football program in the country to partner with the Dallas Cowboys to host an event at The Star, a state-of-the-art complex that serves as the franchise’s world headquarters and practice facility. “We are excited for this opportunity to continue to grow our partnership with a world class organization such as the Cowboys,”…Read More

Rotary Club May Become Another Choice in Little Elm

By Jim Manning | Sports

Having held their second organizational meeting, the Rotary Club is trying to organize for the Little Elm Area. John and Marilyn Pokorny, from the Lewisville District, have been coming to Little Elm at the request of some residents to give information and guidance for a local club. Lori Krouskos, Assistant Vice President and Manager of the Point Bank in Little Elm have opened up their doors to the use of their facility to have these meetings. The Rotary Club is a Community Service Club, such as the Lions Club and does local projects for the schools and residents to improve the quality of life in the area. If you have any questions, please contact Lori Krouskos at 972-434-3251. They welcome…Read More

Chamber’s Spring Fever Plays Host to A-Maize-ing Races

By 380news | Sports

One mile and 5K benefit pair of scholarship programs MURPHY, TX-  Runners accustomed to adding a Murphy stop on their race schedules will have to revise their calendars as the City’s premier chip-timed race is now part of Spring Fever, the Murphy Chamber of Commerce annual vendor and community fair. Set for Saturday, March 25, the race, now known as the A-Maize-ing Race at Spring Fever, will start and end at the Spring Fever location, the parking lot facing Lowe’s Home Improvement, FM 544 and North Murphy Road, says Debra Mandala, the Chamber’s Executive Director. “There is another small change, and that is that the race returns to its original two distances – one mile and 5K,” she said. “What…Read More

Talon 380 Now Offers Yoga

By 380news | Sports

Yoga classes are now being taught twice a week now at Talon 380. The classes are Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. and Fridays at 6:00 p.m. The cost is $15 per class, but a discount class card is available. If you bring a paying friend to the class, your session is free! For more information please contact Mister Jeff at Talon Martial Arts, he can be reached at 972.837.3466. You can also visit www.TalonMartialArts.comRead More

City of McKinney to Install Bicycle Boulevards Signs

By 380news | Sports

Signs are to remind motor vehicle drivers that the street may have increased bicycle traffic McKINNEY, TX – As part of the continued implementation of the On-Street Bicycle Master Plan, the City of McKinney is installing approximately 500 “bicycle boulevard” signs primarily through residential areas in an effort to encourage bicycling by a wide variety of users. Low-volume and low-speed roadways were selected because they will support riders of all abilities and allow the cyclist to feel more comfortable than using a major roadway. “The goal of this project is…Read More

Talon Martial Arts Expands

By 380news | Sports

Also looking for donation items  Talon Martial Arts and the Talon Leadership Academy (After School and Summer Program) are proud to announce that they have expanded our facilities. They have increased their size by taking over the space that was formally the old State Farm location in their strip center (four doors down between the Savannah Pharmacy and Subway). The new space will be called the TAC Talon Activities Center. There are five rooms, a designated library, a board game room, a video game room, a movie room and (soon…Read More

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